Confirmation bias is alive and well and inhabiting the above post in quantities which rival the mass of a, well a pyramid.
And so the pot calls the kettle black.
I see you like to play it safe and make vague hit-and-run posts so as to avoid being contradicted.
Why don't you specify for me what you see as confirmation bias in my previous post, so I can make a rebuttal? After all, if it's in such quantities as you suggest, it shouldn’t be hard for you to pick at least one example.
I'm not advocating a firm belief in any one subject, just pointing out the flaws in over-specialization and the advantages of an interdisciplinary approach (in some cases).
Do you even know what confirmation bias is? The only confirmation bias on this board that I've seen has come from those defending the status quo, such as yourself.